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J

Jeff

I just wanted to say a heart felt thank you to the members of this newslist
and especially John Pollard. As a novice starting to use Quicken 2005 I was
faced with all the complexities of the program. Intuit's support was
essentially worthless and non responsive, books did not answer my specific
problems, so finding this newslist has been a lifesaver. Thank you for your
expertise and willingness to share that expertise and time so freely. You
guys are just great.
 
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John Pollard

Jeff said:
I just wanted to say a heart felt thank you to the members of
this
newslist and especially John Pollard. As a novice starting to
use
Quicken 2005 I was faced with all the complexities of the
program. Intuit's support was essentially worthless and non
responsive, books
did not answer my specific problems, so finding this newslist
has
been a lifesaver. Thank you for your expertise and willingness
to
share that expertise and time so freely. You guys are just
great.
For myself; you're welcome. Hope you have a long happy
experience with Quicken.
 
H

Hank Arnold

I just want to emphatically agree with you about John P. He takes a *ton* of
abuse (as do all us "Dellbots" ) but, like a Timex watch , "Takes a licking,
but keeps on ticking".

Add my thanks to John for staying put....
 
J

Jeff

Can't imagine why anyone would want to abuse him, but he sure has a lot of
patience answering what must seem like inane obvious questions from scores
of newbies. He's a great guy.

(What's a Dellbot?)
 
D

dmorri6412

Jeff said:
Can't imagine why anyone would want to abuse him, but he sure has a lot of
patience answering what must seem like inane obvious questions from scores
of newbies. He's a great guy.

(What's a Dellbot?)

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Jeff Stevens
Email address deliberately false to avoid spam
(e-mail address removed)
I wish to be added to the list of Thank-You's for John Pollard and
other support personnel. He has helped un-measureably, it would be
great if Quicken was to put them on Staff, if they wished to be, they
are an asset that can not be measured by helping novices navigate the
computer world. THANK-YOU ALL!
 
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John Pollard

I wish to be added to the list of Thank-You's for John Pollard
and
other support personnel.
You are welcome. But I am especially glad you mentioned the
others who contribute here. I don't think of myself as
deserving of any particularly special consideration, and I would
like to make it clear that not only do I benefit from many of
the exchanges that occur in threads in this group, but that the
others here who contribute have enlightened me more than I think
I have enlightened others.

I do believe it is a group effort, and happily so. If I were to
list the names of those I believe deserve as much or more credit
than I, I would surely leave someone out - my memory not being
so good these days - suffice it to say that I know who you are
and I am very grateful for your help to me personally ... even
when you may not have known I was benefiting from it. If I have
not already made my appreciation clear in other posts, I will
endeavor to make it more clear in the future. For now, I ask
that you please not forget them.

In any event, this group is a welcome source of information to
me - I learn a lot from many of the discussions I engage in here
(and even some I do not engage in) - and I am very glad if the
group is a help to others. My very limited contribution is done
with a mind that those who know how to use Quicken are better
able to benefit from the product and to make useful evaluations
of it.
 
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